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2006 World Series Champions

Their organization has been royalty for generations. Their manager has long since built his Hall of Fame case. The stars have won every honor you can imagine -- the MVP, the Cy Young, Gold Gloves, Silver Sluggers, All-Star appearances.

Now the current crop of Cardinals has the one thing that marks them as true, great members of the Redbirds fraternity: a World Series championship.

The Cardinals won their first World Series title since 1982 on Friday night, topping the American League champion Tigers, 4-2, in Game 5 of the 102nd Fall Classic. It is World Series title No. 10 in 17 tries for one of baseball's signature organizations -- the most of any National League team.

"Now I can say I have a World Series ring in my trophy case," said Albert Pujols. "And that's what you play for. It doesn't matter how much money you make or what kind of numbers you put up in the big leagues. If you walk out of this game and you don't have a ring, you haven't accomplished everything."

The Cardinals have won the World Series more times than any team but the New York Yankees, breaking a tie at nine with the Athletics organization. Manager Tony La Russa, who coincidentally wears No. 10, joins his mentor, Sparky Anderson, as the only skippers in the history of baseball to win world titles in both leagues.

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